A5-mag to epub mag?

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Nov 19, 2020 Nov 19, 2020

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I want to transform a indd print A5 mag into an interactive online ?epub? magazine. I watched a tutorial that says that when starting a new epub-project you should choose webb instead of print and size 1024x768, but what do I do if I want to transform an existing indd A5 magazine to make all the interactive stuff work? And can I keep the A5-format or do I have to copy paste every single page and adjust it to 1024x768 mm? I can follow the tutorial to make animations, put in videos and the like, but I don´t know how to start?

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Adobe Community Professional , Nov 19, 2020 Nov 19, 2020
If you're exporting to EPUB reflowable, then your A5 size should be fine. Alternatively, you can choose File > Document Setup, and click the Adjust Layout button to change the size while adjusting the content on the page.

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Adobe Community Professional , Nov 19, 2020 Nov 19, 2020
If you create a reflowable ePub, it doesn't matter what size you create it in as it will change to suit  the device/reader. (Animations and video won't work in a Reflowable ePub.) Have a look at InDesign's Publsih Online – easy to create from your print version and you can add some interaction to it. (But difficult to monetise.)

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If you're exporting to EPUB reflowable, then your A5 size should be fine. Alternatively, you can choose File > Document Setup, and click the Adjust Layout button to change the size while adjusting the content on the page.

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If you create a reflowable ePub, it doesn't matter what size you create it in as it will change to suit  the device/reader.

(Animations and video won't work in a Reflowable ePub.)

Have a look at InDesign's Publsih Online – easy to create from your print version and you can add some interaction to it. (But difficult to monetise.)

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